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Well, I started out planning on some plain-old corpsing... I think I may end up taking a shortcut and leaving this guy looking like a burnt-up napalm victim. The black paint was originally just going to be an undercoat. Looks slick the way it is though :)



I might still paint some highlights or something. Just not sure what would work best.

I just installed the eyes tonight.
 

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Maybe just a touch of gray here and there for soot? Maybe some talc?

I really like the looks of that. :)
 

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Yeah, I thought about a little grey, maybe even some red. I might lightly spray in some red, then dry-brush with a dark grey or something. This might work. And if I hate it, I can always spray black over it again. :)
 

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looks good ..
maybe some dark browns and rust color instead of red since it is all burnt.
maybe some silver grey for ashened areas
but that's a good idea with the lighting check as FE mentioned
 

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I mashed a bunch of great-stuff all over him, and came back and messed with it some more before it solidified. It left some parts bubbly and others more clumpy. Pretty good effect, I think. :)
I have a picture during the foam-mashing:

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Pretty easy, actually... the trick is to use disposable gloves.

I may try a wash with Burnt Umber or another brown (burnt umber might be too dark over black, but worth a shot), and really get it into the crevices. I'm afraid to lighten it too much, since I like the black-burnt look.
 
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